My name is Harmony. I’m a freelance writer, wife, and mom of three. When I’m not sitting in the carpool line or folding towels, I write: essays, listicles, op-eds, blog posts, shareable content, and have work published in three anthologies.
I made a name for myself writing humor content revolving around alcohol and motherhood. Then, in 2017, I got sober. It was shocking to everyone, most of all me, when I admitted I had a problem; most people don’t imagine a highly functioning woman who still manages to hold together a marriage and a home when they picture an alcoholic.
Addiction is a sneaky bitch. You can read about my getting-sober journey here.
In the summer of 2019, my story was featured in The Washington Post. I was interviewed on KCBS Radio in San Francisco and 107.3 Talk Radio in Baton Rouge. Shortly after that, Deborah Roberts of ABC News came to my HOUSE — we spent 12 hours with a film crew! — and they did an amazing job with the story. As an aside, I love Deborah Roberts.
My story will be featured on The Mel Robbins Show; I’ll post a link after it airs. But mostly: I’m excited to continue sharing my story and chipping away at the stigma that surrounds alcoholism, addiction, and the silent struggles that plague so many modern women — particularly mothers.
If you are interested in advertising, want to hire me, or just want to say hi, feel free to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find me here (on Amazon) or here (on Facebook), and on Instagram.